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Theatre community mourns loss of Randy Mueller

Theatre community mourns loss of Randy Mueller

Composer, accompanist, director and teacher, Edmonton's Randy Mueller leaves a legacy of thankful friends and students.
Flames owners say agreement with Calgary on new arena officially terminated

Flames owners say agreement with Calgary on new arena officially terminated

CALGARY — New arena deal in Calgary has been quashed.
Hockey federation investigates incident with Russia's junior team at Calgary airport

Hockey federation investigates incident with Russia's junior team at Calgary airport

CALGARY — Bad behavior by Russia's world junior hockey team does not appear to have resulted in any charges, but the International Ice Hockey Federation says it could still take action.
Veterans Village provides transitional housing for vets

Veterans Village provides transitional housing for vets

Edmonton's Veterans Village the second in the province aimed at helping homeless vets get back on their feet.
Providing support to Alberta’s tourism industry

Providing support to Alberta’s tourism industry

Accommodation providers to keep tourism levy amounts collected through March of 2022.
One-of-a-kind perfectly preserved dinosaur embryo discovered inside its fossilized egg

One-of-a-kind perfectly preserved dinosaur embryo discovered inside its fossilized egg

International team of researchers find baby dinosaurs prepared for hatching in a manner comparable with modern-day birds
Happy New Year

Happy New Year

Albertans asked to conserve energy during extreme cold

Albertans asked to conserve energy during extreme cold

Extreme cold puts strain on Alberta's energy supply and calls for help from furnace companies, roadside assistance.
Commentary: What could go wrong at a luncheon?

Commentary: What could go wrong at a luncheon?

Do you know the Heimlich Maneuver? It could save a life when gathering for meals, where seniors and children are especially vulnerable to choking.
Cochrane man donates 600K PC Points for Morley women's shelter

Cochrane man donates 600K PC Points for Morley women's shelter

Cochrane newcomer Keith Johnson recently donated 600,000 PC Points worth of products to the Eagle's Nest Shelter in Morley.